DESTINATION: Hong Kong luxury

Home to more than 200 Michelin-rated restaurants, high fashion mega malls and one of the world’s most spectacular skylines, incentive delegates will revel in Hong Kong’s luxurious offerings. Sevva: This ultra chic rooftop bar, connected to the SEVVA restaurant, is surrounded by sky­scrapers and offers a stunning view across Kowloon and Victoria Harbour as well as some of the best cocktails in town. Armani/ Privé: One of Hong Kong’s luxe nightlife hotspots in the heart of Central, Armani/Privé offers two levels of pleasure: a spectacular […]

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NEWS: RACV Royal Pines appoints AVPartners

AVPartners has been awarded the audiovisual contract for RACV Royal Pines Resort, following a rigorous tender process. The partnership will see AVPartners stage business events at the Gold Coast venue, provide audio-visual support and coordinate technical assistance for event delegates. The AVPartners designated partner at RACV Royal Pines Resort, Jarum Rolfe, said: “RACV Royal Pines Resort is well-known for delivering exceptional event experiences and we are looking forward to delivering creative, outside-of-the-box audiovisual and event staging solutions.” Resort general manager, John Morris, said: “AVPartners employs a unique […]

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ICC Sydney: bigger is better

Serious business requires a serious venue, and many of today’s dedicated convention centres certainly fit the bill for meetings and events of all shapes and sizes. Come December 2016, the eyes of the world’s meeting fraternity will hopefully be focused on Sydney and Darling Harbour and its brand spanking new convention and exhibition facility. It will be an exciting time for Sydney and Australia with the completion of the multi-million dollar venue that promises to bring for the city a resurgence of international conference business […]

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NEWS: Chinese incentives on the rise in Oz

Australia is building a reputation as the incentive destination of choice for business events groups from North Asia, with the number of incentive bookings on the rise, particularly for large delegations from China. The latest Tourism 2020 progress report for the business events sector reveals Australia welcomed 893,000 international business event delegates for the year ending September 2013, with a total expenditure of $13 billion. Chinese delegates represented nine per cent of visitation and 11 per cent of expenditure. Tourism Australia managing director, John O’Sullivan, […]

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